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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 2, 1843, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania. Of county a on. Non cations must be Ion. J for a Shorter period by paper be Discon Are paid but at the t More than a Square for Onk Dolab and in Ita enly five cents. Rcd in the same pro. Is six lines be making six a neg 18 431 Price for on to those w y doctor i the pills d most effectual cure Viz enl remit Tant eral Catarrh Olds sore tettion of a Dys in in Short time in i1 Nuli i 10. I have Juii me time 1 have i supplied with these my to in. Almost j ills of sickness ii Talent and billions a Jet Bills when Tai lulls would have 1 i Inith 1 believe r it Mill coid jus a i d k. I to Anil i Viuca. Id it u r Tiiu acquainted 1 tin or Fay or i in a and have Vii 3 with Good Mil it Cummy in them for a Mill evident ure of Aii a . 3. Brevets m d. , m. D. I i it ii Dent of i in r s Haiti. Lio Toia Tive or fam in to to ,1 Good and Safe t. 6. Williams. Esq. Wid june 15, 16j2. Soar Bir. Conceiving a Benefit on the Public by f your Nestor tue or a Tite that some time last attacked with r with an affection of the Lead partially recovered Telf so much so that med to its Efficacy the restorative pills Leen Rand by regaining her 1 in her usual t or san Ille Libert coi m 4 co., Tioga Lawrenceville. By _ monary Balm in association of a As a Stan Medicine Ronic Firo Nelms Catarrh Persia spitting of blood Lauri imm to Xmas. T w e Are acquainted with far a Are it in our prac it is one of the most valuation we ure acquainted for loss coughs. We i it to the afflicted. T c. Warden m. D urd m. D. Clarke m. D. Hipman m. D. Denis an m. D. Hurd m. D. Miller Dice May be had a Coso. 4 we. Meek in few spa Peri printed and vol. . 50. Listed eve Farewell. Sweet Home Farewell 1 leave the now4 1 leave my childhood s Hearth Sisters wept when sorrow came and laugh fed in guileless mirth. Home Farewell Are ties bin and break the heart to sever and memories gushing from tie heart that linger there forever homr Farewell i am weeping now my Calls my and none like her can say that word can pall in so again. What voice can speak More tenderly or come More near my heart t e two have been so Long like one and now we two must part. Far Weli Farewell each path we Veliju a in Sunshine and in Shade the climbing Vine clusters Benj and uie deep ods Sile it Glade tar Well Aimers whose birth i be watch a Thiu la brightly Bloom each Day Hilp 1 Atn keeping Lone and sad from Home and y e away. Father Brothers Taje be 1 leave Ray s Hearth j Ami May those dear5 walks Stilp mercy sounds of mirth lint Sisters when your laughter rings i Pon tie Opatrny air i the Liber in Yum happiness that one is missing there. J one who has love or All of be and leaves her Home to Day Oli Farewell Mother Sisters All 1 tear myself a thoughts of tilings gone shadows dark and deep those that Luv v loved then Der 01 to let me keep i in e is a Bubble the Leio ived enjoy to strive to Jura a i a Lum a i is the orld s Dehi to deeds of Lnch decree juju. N you a yourself world Iree. Miscelu1xe 0 us. From the mss. Of a late physician the Itric. A tale. It Vujs a Frimmer Sabbath. The Sweet Vujih of nature to broken by o single soiled of Huy life harmonised but Loo Jiu Lully Uili the Oppi Estive sadness vol urn pie Xiii d the chamber whither my loot i e Beni. It w As on the ground Flor of d piety to the out of the Village of c---------1 ils windows overlooked a Garden Shore table and Beauty reigned us second which with j scarce Prece pliable delineation u the very maim of a Stream where Jet was Blu id cd Wilh a White picket find a hedge of Low trimmed shrubbery1, Over which the Eye caught the flashing a la Sastic on glowing in the Crimson radiance of Sunset. I entered the House and stripping lightly along the , tipped softly at the door of the Cham Bei of of death Welcome said the Silvery voice of a lady who sat by a Low Couch partially Hung with White Elcome the dear sufferer is now a a quiet slumber and must awake and one of her first inquiries will be for How is your swell Lucy nov she has been apparently comfortable All Day. It is her doctor Well As the worship ii who the earthly courts of she Idder while the Sunh Ghl Joy irradiated her Ual ures Pale will Long vigils at the bedside of Ner Sweet Lucy of How full of convolution Ilins scene of mortal Suft eting of Eart Llly bitterness of expiring if be yes my dear i Ujj pulled your cup of affliction is indeed Sweet ened from on High. I have stood each to Day cad in the Robes of terror. He ook from my hopeless Caro a a victim All unprepared even after loing and fearful warning and the recoil Clion of the sad struggle the terrible at anguish of the vanquished the fierce Triumph of the conquerer and the pier ii g Wail of exhausted nature haunt my Nemo my Luc i had the he Wor engross 1 had n fancy to me i they a and we of the to had each Home i sister h the Inte l Hough Weie in other Nono Rei and volume Clarenc Best Eai in All 11 ments i rejoice to bin More l sent feed be would a Nulious Hope Ai heal to been s owed length and of hand i be Trot i 1 Ning. Cla open gaily a on her slight lie no come to the Maider if it b my i wearin then St Temple a ill bet Kiln j in upon n of the re Pule. So Tor i a Ellen her Fai sister. Al y leave own d not it i hat m domes ii now Luc Mure thee Happy rce Ove face Vav Cla Judie Ter it had so illness by still and even at this earthly Dise i cannot forget them and is poor Edwards gone it last Louis dread account of Hoir fear Ful and the gentle lady Jcj Vered her face and wept some time elapsed. I lingered at the Couch till she should awake and taking from the stand a Small i Hough elegant copy of the Bible i opened ils Silver clasp and my Eye eau git the inscription on the Fly to Para Delaye Lime o the a where and c for cd heart disc in Gettin holy i plated then t May. Thevenir in Hea Len Vav ties As turning Sud Cle Here Speed that the seized its i the by within by wednesday by j. P. M at of a year payable half yearly in Advance or 5o if not paid within the year. Wellsborough August 2, 1 8 4 j whole no. 259. A parting gift from Clarence.1 ight to read a portion of the but thought Wai for the Lime Nown Lucy May from her and she was scarcely less Clear n my own a Kughler. Indeed Giomun like twin blossoms together almost every h or seventeen Sunu Neis they numbered Lucy was months older. No brother or either of them and hence Sily of Mutual love. Their their Affe Lions their pursuits common. They called each and then Intercourse in Endrai ing name giver of the Little i my was he Hamilton was the son of my ily Friend and a Noble r youth nobler faculties and endow the heart and intellect upper in the vigor of Eaily manhood. Had Ltd a been betrothed Foi n a and he was now a i the Village though we ii him each Sun Rose thai its Selling ing him Back in answer Trouv summons. Enecia by had expectation grown within our at evening yet had not a word Ken of the subject by the wid Ollier of the Lovely Lucy. At 0 a raised her head Ramg the open volume in my e said in an assumed Lone of St Clarence will come this eve is now ence said the Sweel patient her dark jecs and looking a found. Her eyes rested Only bother and myself and with a Iver and us there is More than an hour use of the Day Grant he May said the she added Wilh Energy his holy will. Of doctor i dear Friend your Lucy i away fast is she an Ngllie emotion which 1 at to conceal she but r Oclay am i not where is Why does she not come her turned an inquiring Glanc. As 1 took the thin while Ham Oung Gul in mine and Market Lar but feeble beatings of ill 1 i Send for your daughter Doc e asked. Ai Escell and in a few minute As sobbing violently and Niti hidden on the bosom of he a my Sweet said Lucy Wilher has told me that i mus and her venire r Mother but she Dit r the name of her Lover for a ment the voice of one of this was distinctly heard. S come or. Clarence is come of bless my dear Young lady Ullert a scream of Joy an Ellen around the neck Mur father in heaven i than and then fainted with excess o her swoon was Brief. So d almost immediately and he s Radiant with happiness Nee Hamilton was pursuing i it a Distant College and the Lei h summoned him to rely intimated danger in the f his betrothed. In had Bee on the Way and hut half the its journey had sufficed to bring or. Anxious student to the spot is Hearl stored its affections tred its Hopes next to heaven ence was More than a Noble High souled nun he was a of Jesus Christ and he was himself to be an apostle of his Ilion. He had nearly Eom Lis course of studies and was be United to the Beautiful Lucy 3 Mouths before the Sabbath of which we write Lucy was i and Wilh her companion Al performing her delightful do sabbat i school teacher. Re Home she was exposed o a storm of rain and look is dilution naturally weak was affected and consumption Bible foe of youth and Beauty Pon her As another victim for Ity holocaust of death. At first e of the disease was mild but free weeks it had assumed a lawful character and now her Days vere evidently few. For this dreadful intelligence Cla ence was not prepared. He feared it he hoped More and though his Earl was Hope kindled a Bright mile on his Manly face As he entered lie Little parlor where he had spent so o Many hours of exquisite happiness in had ii lighted from the stage i fore it entered the Village and Pio ceded at Oneilo the residence of Lui a. Yielded to the Blissful anticipation of heaven that Glorous clime where she Ere Long from Wiliom twas More than Deatti to Dearest said Clarence As they stood gazing on the summer flow Eri you Are better love. May not our heavenly father yet spare Yog to your Cousin Ellen to happiness a do not speak of his. It Only end in deeper bitter mrs. A his entered the room the i Clarence you must mile on his lips faded for her Pale j not mourn when i Exchange even Thi Ace told a tale to his heart. My dear Clarence you Lave the Welcome of fond hearts How is Lucy Why is your face o deadly Pale of say is she Dan ill a thought misery entered his heart she in my god my father in heaven me is Low nay nay said the to her Solhi higly Lucy lives and we Mist Hope for the Best be not alarmed if you see her face even paler than by own. You Able to Bear the Igor now their was but Little Consolation to ii fears in the reply of mrs. Lucy was still living but there was an in the expression Hope for i and he said of Lake me to her at and he Piess etl his hand to his throb in brow and then sinking on his while mrs. May Knelt beside Hiu he entreated god in a voice Chok de Wilh emotion for strength to Bear this trial to kiss the Rod of chastisement to receive the Hitler with the Sweet and play my that the cup might pass from him even a did his Mailer in the Duys of bus and anguish he aids a and witly a Calm voice said i can see her now at this moment i joined them Wilh Lucy s Earnest request that Clrence should come her at once. We entered the chamber just As Ellen had partially opened a Blind and the last o sunlight steamed fairly through in the room and fell for a moment on the White Cheek of Lucy re Deung its Hue still More snowy. Aus for Cla rence. As his Earnest eyes met those of his betrothed her whom he Hud left in the very flush and perfection of Youthful changed ins heart Sarik within him and u ill a wild of of anguish he Clas Ped her Pale thin fing Cis and her colourless kneeling the while at the Side of her Couch. Clarence my own said Iho Sweet girl with an Effort to Rise which she did supported by his Arm. He spoke could not Peak. Clarence cheer up my beloved Bright world for the Paradise of in . Clarence could not answer. He pressed her hand and Drew her closet to his throbbing heart and she resumed pointing to a Bright Clutier of Amar there Clarence is the Emblem of the life and the Joys o which i am three weeks had passed. It was again the veiling of the Sabbath. I stood by the Couch of Lucy her Mother and Ellen sat on either sideband Clarence Hamilton supported on a Pillow in his arms the of the girl. had Laken the Citadel and we wailed surrender to death. The Man of god her pastor from childhood now entered the room and Lucy greeted him affectionately and when he said is it Well Wilh thee my daughter it Well with Triy she answered in a Clear and sweetly confiding tone of voice it is Well blessed redeemer thou Art my Only Trust Clarence now Bent his head close to the Heid of Lucy and whimpered in her ear but distinctly that we All heard Lucy since you May not be mine in life of Dearest be mine in death left me follow you to the grave my wedded wife and i shall have he Bliss Ful Consolation a re Union in heaven the Eye of the dying girl lighted up Hamilton she refined not Ai he sum but while heavenly Joy sat other and her list Mur mind husband Mother Sis Ter her pure spirit took its flight and her lifeless body Lay in the ardent embrace of the woe stricken but hum ble Clarence who still lingers in Tai weary world doing his master s and wailing his masters will to be re United to his Angel m heaven. From the ladies National Magazine. The Isone Yoou Gocr. Jou other evening hanging .1 turn the i Hole evening at mrs. Litany. S cd some men Aie in annoyed at such things. I i either i May be fight As to .1 i Ai instance but depend on i e i Lyle thing of no More Imbt c. H. Ford. With a Quick and sudden Joy As she smilingly answered it is Well Clarence i Wou lil Fain Bear thy before i we started at this strange request and answer but no heart or lip ventured to oppose it. Lucy then said Mother dear Mother deny not my last Requet will you and Ellen dress but her fortitude failed and could do was to Bury her face All she her Lovei s bosom and weep. We did not attempt to Check their grief nay we wept with sorrow fora while had its luxury of tears unrestrained. Clarence at length broke the silence. Lucy my own dear Lucy god forgive me for my own and he added fervently Lifeng his Lear tul eyes to , father give us to Beart is trial aright and turning to me added Pray for us Pray that we May have strength to meet this hour like christians when the voice of prayer ceased All were calmed but i deemed it ath Isable of leave the dear patient to Brief repose and Ellen alone remain ing we retired to the parlor where Clarence Learned from us More loftier illness of her True condition for i dated not delude her with false Hopes a he said with visible Guise is there no Hope not of i fear though she May linger some line with us and be belter than she is to Day then god s will be said the Young Man while a holy Confidence lightened up his face now scarcely less Pale than that of his betrothed Lucy. Day after Day the dear girl lingered and Many Sweet hours of Converse did Clarence and Lucy pass together once even she was permitted to spend a few moments in the portico of the am As clarence0 supported her saw a tint of health overspread her Check Hope grew Strong in his heart. But Lucy doubted not that she should die speedily and happily this conviction had reached her heart Ere Clarence came so that the agony of her grief in Prospect of Tephra Ion from him had me in my bridal Tobe i will Wear it to my Tomb i Clarence also Besought mis. May to Grant this wish and Jet him win a Bride and Mother and she answered As of and Lucy will but it will her Heath will be Mournful bridal Lucy now motioned us from the room Aud we retired. Clarence was the first to speak. You will not blame me that i seek even in the arms of death to make her my wife. Of How much lot Bliss has Jeen crowded in this one anticipation and though it will be indeed a sad it will sweeten the cup of bitterness which is now pressed to my lips in a few minutes we entered that Lial Lowed chamber the Light of Day bad faded and a single lamp was burning on the stand. Lucy was arrayed in a Muslin Robe which scarce Oul rivalled her Cheek in whiteness save where the deep hectic now heightened by excite ment flushed it. Clarence seated him self by her and she was raised to a silting posture and supported in his arms. One placed her wasted hand in his and said half playfully half sadly tis a worthless offering Clarence he pressed it to his levered lips his face Pale and flushed by the minister arose and stood before them and in a few and simple United those two Lovely beings in a tie which All Felt must be broken Ere another Sun should Rise. Yet was that tie registered and acknowledged in heaven. As the holy Man pronounced them one and lifted up his hand and voice in Benediction Lucy put her feeble arms around Clarence and in a Low voice a murmured my my in sponged Clarence and their lips melt in a Long and Sweet embrace. We gave them congratulation through Quick tears and exchanged the Sweel kiss of holy love and Friendship. That night before the last hour Angel Azrael came As a messenger of peace to that bridal chamber and though new fountains of earthly Bliss had been opened in the heart of Lucy Why what is the matter said aunt , Lav Dawn her knit Ting and gazing in astonishment at her Niece who her Bonnet still on had sat convulsed with yom the moment of her Entrance and twice disregarded the question which thu old lady put to her now Foi he third time. Aunt Sarah was one of the Rno to sin Gle heal Ted of Lur my. She had Kiev eith Eless a Strong mind and from what she knew of Mai a sus peeled that some thing had gone wrong Between the newly married couple. Mary Contin Jed weeping for some Lime but at last spoke though in disjointed Senten Ces. Of i am so she sobbed plenty does not love me As be i believed Jie Souid. I wish i was dead mar Saul aunt Sarah in a tone of marked displeasure sternly regarding her Niece. Mary Hung her head and burst into a fish flood of tears. A Mil Sarah continued. I am shocked to hear you use such language Mary. What Repine against Providence and wish Youin Elf of forgive said Tun Ning into her aunt s Bartni i scarcely knew what i but i am so unhappy. Indeed indeed i am. I feel As if my Henrt would break aunt Sarah pressed the suf Ferer to her bosom Suot bang her As she would have quieted a child and when the composure o the weeper had been somewhat restored by these Means said but you have not fold in my dear child Why you Are unhappy open your heal to me. You Are aware that i love you As a Mother perhaps i can do something for you aunt Sarah had Aken charge of Mary when Lell an orphan at the age of time she had no other Hind in the world. It was under aunt Sarah s Gui dance Ilia Mary grew up to be a Teal Gul though not faults Lor alas who in this would is exempt from them. It was aunt Sarah s that m by Hud gone Lorth to Bride. What so natural then that the Young wife should return Ihil her for Consolation in her double. I so glad you have come to me aunt Sarah when Shell unit hat Mary at aide no to speak 5nirst fresh into tears for a Vilc should never reveal any Little Iliffe Enci in i ill her husband except to some near and dear 11 Send. 1 m and in the of a to her to of and Uin to leap not from Moi its of Cui Iurii but to see if i cannot advice of. Fear nol Hen in Tell me All i Mary at last gained courage to cd Plain the causes of her Griel which Here Jia rated Wilh Many interruptions from her tears. Her Story was that which Loo Many Young wives have to at first her a disband had been devoted and constant in his attentions and she had been supremely Happy but gradually his Demeanour changed though she could nol Tell unless that he had ceased to love her. At times he would eco annoyed often he spoke query loudly and to Day he had showed positive anger and addressed her so sternly that she had come the instant he left the House after dinner almost Bro Ken hearted to her aunt. Such was the substance of Mary s Story. Her aunt listened without interruption until the Young wife had finished her tale when she looked at her a moment kindly and said you have done wrong Mary. Though in what i cannot yet Lellma by started in Surprise. Yes my dear be done something wrong by your present Demeanour i t icon hoi i a Exi Knem this p a in i h 11
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